Teach Human Rights: Genocide & Becoming a Human Rights Defender

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Whether you are teaching about the Holocaust, the oppression of the African American slave trade, or the struggles of Native Americans to maintain their culture and land, it is important that your students examine role models from a variety of historical situations. This module will present case studies of different genocides throughout history, with resources including primary and secondary sources and examples of human rights defenders. 

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August 2017
404 - PAGE NOT FOUND no lesson to rate LOL
September 2017
Hi Lisa! Thanks so much for pointing that out to us; the link has been fixed. We hope you enjoy our (updated) lesson plan on Genocide and Human Rights Defenders.